Spectacular Pair of Antique Double-Arm Silver Plate Sconces with Prisms, Early 1900s NSP722-RW - For Sale
Spectacular Pair of Antique Double-Arm Silver Plate Sconces with Prisms, Early 1900s NSP722-RW
Gorgeous pair of antique two arm silver-plated sconces with prisms, signed "White" and dating from the early 1900s. These wall lamps feature an elongated curved backplate, crowned by a decorative shell-shaped flower and volute details. Two U-shaped sconce arms curve down and out from an arm receiver bowl in the center of the backplate; it is topped by a decorative urn. Supported by the sconce arms is a two-level bobeche, each with a beaded trim border. Icicle prisms hang from both bobeches, and a garland-like strand of glass beads is draped between them. A cut glass teardrop prism hangs down from the arm receiver bowl and finishes off each sconce. These wall lamps are in excellent condition with a beautifully aged finish; they have been professionally rewired and come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. Each sconce measures 9-1/4" wide, 12-3/4" tall and projects 5" from the wall.